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Sheriff's Office brings 'dead' Aiken woman back to life

Angela Wooden of Aiken (WRDW-TV)

Updated: 03/14/2013 - A dead Aiken woman is being brought back to life, and it's all thanks to the Aiken County Sheriff's Office -- but it's not what you're thinking. She's very alive. Just not on paper.

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SC resort reopens after closing in 2010

The Savannah Lakes Resort (Courtesy of Resort)

Updated: 03/13/2013 - The Savannah Lakes Resort in McCormick was forced to shut down in 2010, leaving some scrambling to change wedding and vacation plans.

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Rollback taxes in SC surprising new property owners


Posted: 03/12/2013 - When land is used for agriculture, it gets special tax breaks. But when you break that land down into smaller pieces and sell it as residential property, the new owners get stuck with the taxes.

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Ga. jobless rate holds steady at 8.7 percent


Posted: 03/07/2013 - Georgia labor officials say there was a loss of 47,700 mostly seasonal jobs and an increase in initial claims for unemployment insurance benefits over the month.

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Comcast call center in Augusta to lay off dozens


Posted: 03/07/2013 - In the next couple of months, Comcast will have to let dozens of employees go. Almost 80 employees will be out of a job when the layoffs kick in sometime between May 3 and May 16.

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Sequestration cuts sinking in for local families


Posted: 03/07/2013 - Wallets around our area are starting to feel a little lighter as federal spending cuts are starting to sink in. As News 12's Christie Ethridge reports, one group is taking action to fill their wallets back up.

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SRS employees feeling the pain in the wallet


Posted: 03/05/2013 - About 2,000 employees from the Savannah River Site are going to be seeing a reduction in work hours starting next month and local businesses in the City of Aiken might potentially be feeling the pressure, too.

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$85B in budget cuts impact the CSRA


Posted: 03/04/2013 - Automatic spending cuts took effect Friday, and they're touch a vast range of government services -- many that are hitting close to home.

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Potential sequestration cuts could affect Fort Gordon, Augusta

Fort Gordon's main gate.

Posted: 03/01/2013 - Spending cuts in Washington are just one day away, which could have a big impact here in Augusta. The military will take the biggest hit from these cuts with $46 billion being cut from the Pentagon's budget.

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Councilman fears ambulance service could collapse under fraud fine


Updated: 02/27/2013 - A Barnwell County ambulance service will have to pay back hundreds of thousands of dollars. The feds are accusing the Williston Rescue Squad of Medicare fraud. But one county councilman fears how this will affect the 40,000 people who depend on this ambulance service.

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Company expected to bring over 100 jobs to Augusta

Find Me a Job

Updated: 09/05/2013 - Operation will be moved to its former Sand Bar Ferry Road building in Augusta near Bobby Jones Expressway. The investment for the facility is expected to be over $6 million.

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Rising gas prices affecting more than drivers

Gas Prices

Updated: 02/19/2013 - Filling our tanks is emptying our wallets. Prices at the pump have risen for 32 days straight, and unfortunately it doesn't look like we'll be getting a break anytime soon.

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Bond referendum back on the table for Aiken Co. schools?

Updated: 02/13/2013 - Could Aiken County voters be asked to pay a more for schools again? Three years ago, a multi-million dollar bond referendum was defeated in a landslide, but the idea for a new one has come up again.

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